We will invoice you for the premium, GST, statutory charges (eg stamp duty, fire services levy, etc) and any fees we charge for arranging your insurances. You must pay us within the specified time or 14 days from the starting or renewal date of the policy.
If you do not pay the premium on time, the insurer may cancel the contract of insurance and you will not be insured. The insurer may also charge a short-term penalty premium for the time on risk.
Premium funding products enable you to pay your premiums by instalments. Although they do not usually require any security, premium funders do charge interest.
We can arrange premium funding on your behalf if you require it. We may receive a commission based on a percentage of the premium from the premium funder for doing so. We will tell you the basis and amount of any such payment before or at the time the premium funding is arranged.
We cannot cancel a contract of insurance without written instructions from a person(s) who is authorised to represent each of the parties who are named as insureds in the contract of insurance. We cannot cancel any contract of insurance that is subject to the Marine Insurance Act 1909.
Basis for calculating any refund payable on early cancellation:
If a contract of insurance is cancelled before expiry of the period of insurance, we will refund the gross premium we receive from your insurer. We will charge a cancellation fee of minimum $25.00 to a maximum of $100.00.